This week, let's progress things on. I want to discuss intermittent fasting. It can sometimes be misunderstand, but it's a great way to keep your eating under control. It has become such a trendy word over the past year and there are so many extreme versions that it can scare people off. But it's actually a great way to improve your health and how you eat. Basically it is a period of eating followed by a period of fasting or not eating. Simple isn't it? It can be good to use to give yourself a time frame to eat in. For example, I recommend to my clients to eat all of their meals within a twelve-hour time frame. This gives you twelve hours to process and digest your food which your body will need. Another healthy option is the eight-hour rule. Which simply states that you eat your meals within a eight-hour time frame - fasting for eight hours and sleeping for eight hours. As you can see, intermittent fasting gives you structure to your day, that's one of the real benefits - structure … [Read more...] about Karl Henry: Timing meals will improve how you eat
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There is a kind of endless feedback loop in cooking that I have found myself stuck in on multiple occasions. If there’s an ingredient I haven’t worked with a lot, I’m afraid to work with it. Being afraid to cook it means I won’t cook it, and so it goes. For me, pork is just one of those things. My parents didn’t make pork at home when I was a kid, which meant I didn’t grow up eating a ton of it. So I never learned how to cook it. Even when I started cooking for myself, I never gravitated toward pork. Force of habit, sure. But I also felt like all I heard about was the danger of overcooking it, so I never bothered. Well, here I am – I have learned how to cook pork! And, yes, I overcooked it a few times, but, yes, it still tasted good. If you’re anything like me, you’ll slip up, you’ll get distracted or you’ll be working in an unfamiliar kitchen, and the internal temperature of the meat will slide above where you want it … [Read more...] about How to cook the best pork chops, through thick and thin
A mum-of-three fears she will never work again after suffering horrific injuries in a crash last summer. Sarah Dunbar stopped breathing three times while trapped inside her mangled Vauxhall Viva and her heart had to be restarted by ambulance staff on her way to hospital. Her arm and knee were so badly smashed that she needed six hours in surgery to repair the damage – and came close to having her arm amputated because it was broken in 10 places. Ten months on she has decided to speak out after a court heard she had crashed her car soon after being set upon by three women in Huddersfield town centre. Sarah, 39, formerly from Dalton, says she fled in her car in panic – despite being drunk – after being beaten up by three women outside Verve Bar. She is angry and disappointed that the three women – all care workers – were handed non-custodial sentences when they appeared at Kirklees Magistrates’ Court earlier this week. Carrie Alexander, 20, of Crescent … [Read more...] about Woman ‘died four times’ in car smash as she fled attackers
0 Have your say It looks like a traditional stone-built pub, but inside the Moorcock Inn Amanda Wragg finds something truly extraordinary – and just a little bit bonkers – is happening. Pictures by Tony Johnson. On a bleak moorland road high above Sowerby Bridge sits the Moorcock Inn. It’s a long, low, stone-built old boozer, and it’s not pretty, although I’ve yet to go when it’s not snowing or raining stair rods. I’m guessing there’s a half-decent view to be had, but on two visits it has been blanketed in fog so I can’t wax lyrical. But I would walk barefoot over burning coals to get there. Two preternaturally young people, Aimee Turford and Alisdair Brooke-Taylor, hunting for a place to call their own somehow found it and saw some potential. In the space of two weeks, they stripped it back and gussied it up a bit, keeping the stone flags and beams, and installed a five- ton smoke house in the car park gifted by a chef … [Read more...] about Its speciality is fried herring bones, so is the Moorcock Inn Yorkshire’s best and most bonkers restaurant?
SATURDAY morning with James Martin has been an instant hit. But who will be joining the chef on this weekend's show? Here's what you need to know about his celebrity guests... When is Saturday Morning With James Martin on, and which channel? Saturday Morning with James Martin is airing this weekend. You can catch it on ITV1 at 9.25am until 11.20am. If you miss it, you can catch it again on the ITV Hub. What is the format of Saturday Morning with James Martin? Unlike Saturday Kitchen, Saturday Morning with James Martin is not live and is pre-recorded. The show is filmed from his own personal home. It features different star guests every week. What guests will be on Saturday Kitchen with James Martin? This weekend, James will be accompanied on his culinary adventures by pop star Lemar and chef Daniel Galmiche. T-bone steak and croquetas will be on the menu, and another on-the-move recipe will be demonstrated from the back seat of Jason Plato's Ariel Nomad racing car. more on james … [Read more...] about What time is Saturday Morning with James Martin on ITV this week, who are his celebrity guests and what is the format?